Cricket Bait

Cricket Bait

Cricket Bait is an insecticide treated grain product for the control of black field crickets in pasture. Black Field Crickets attack pasture, emerging cereal crops and many field crops causing significant damage.

January 23, 2022

Research & Development

All pasture and forage varieties available from Notman Pasture Seeds are thoroughly trialled and tested on farms throughout Australia & New Zealand to assess their performance capability under varying farming conditions.

September 17, 2018

Spring Sowing Pasture

We’ve listed important factors to consider with sowing pasture in spring, including cultivation, sowing depth, weed control, grazing, pugged pastures & more

August 29, 2018

Accelerate – Frequently Asked Questions

Accelerate 200 SG Growth Regulant is a naturally occurring plant hormone that has been maximising pasture growth during the cooler months to deliver quality feed quantity during periods of reduced winter pasture production

May 23, 2018

Adjuvant Quick Guide

Adjuvants play an important role in herbicide formulations and spray mixtures to improve herbicide performance. Find out more here

May 23, 2018

Your Guide To Weed Control In New Pasture

Poor establishment of newly sown pasture results in a decrease in pasture productivity and an increase in chemical costs from the extra weed control requirements down the track.

May 21, 2018

Perennial Ryegrass – choosing the right grass for your farm?

When all the sales reps say they have the best grass for you – here’s what to consider when choosing the right perennial ryegrass.

April 24, 2018

Why combine Diploid & Tetraploid ryegrasses?

Diploid ryegrasses have two sets of chromosomes per cell, compared to a tetraploid which has four. Diploids combine yield and robustness whilst Tetraploid’s are extremely tasty and palatable.

March 10, 2018

Combating Winter Grasses

Preventing winter grass establishment is a key component in maximising the performance or your pastures.

May 4, 2017

Lucerne Flea Control

Have you noticed Lucerne Flea in your pasture and crops this season? It’s characterised by ‘springing up’ in the air when pasture or crops are disturbed.

November 2, 2016
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